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Faculty Library Guide

Learn about the library resources and services available to you and the many ways you can collaborate with your divisional librarians.

Ask Your Librarian

There are many ways to collaborate with your librarians. Your librarians are here to support your teaching and research needs in the classroom. We strive to help students be successful in their learning and grow to become efficient, ethical users of information and ideas, critical thinkers, lifelong learners, and enthusiastic readers.  Whatever form our learning environment takes, your librarians will adapt and continue to offer a range of services and resources to enrich and support your teaching. 


What we offer:


Librarian-led instruction and tutorials on using library resources and developing research skills, embedded in your class instruction or project flow (both synchronous & asynchronous) at point of need.

Research & Reading Guides

Request a custom research or reading guide of curated resources for a selected topic, to support an ongoing project or to provide additional resources to spark interest and peak curiosity.

Collaboratively plan with your librarian so that the resource guide is tailored to meet your learning goals for your students as well as their developmental needs and interests.


Request and collaborate on custom programming to promote reading for enjoyment.

Request Library purchases: 

Suggest a purchase to add to our library collection to support your curriculum, professional growth, or student needs and interests. Your input and feedback are welcome!


What your librarians need from you:

  • Advance notice for instruction sessions, guide creation, and programming - 2 weeks notice is helpful and more time is better for more in-depth requests.
  • Thorough communication: share resources, assignments, and the project instructions and timeline you plan to provide to your students in advance. 
  • Inclusion in the planning process for activities and projects big or small whenever possible!